WASHINGTON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Honeywell International has accused four Japanese firms and their U.S. subsidiaries of infringing its patents, according to a filing with the International Trade Commission received on Tuesday. Honeywell accused the Japanese companies -- Alpine Electronics , Denso Corporation, Pioneer Corporation and Kenwood Corporation -- of infringing patents for "automotive display and navigation systems." The four companies all have U.S. subsidiaries that are also named ...
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